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Kr

Symbol, Chemistry.
  1. krypton.
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KR

Chess.
  1. king's rook.
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kr.

  1. kreutzer.
  2. krona; kronor.
  3. króna; krónur.
  4. krone; kroner.
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Kr.

  1. (in Sweden and the Faeroe Islands) krona; kronor.
  2. (in Iceland) króna; krónur.
  3. (in Denmark and Norway) krone; kroner.
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Examples from the Web for kr

Historical Examples of kr

  • How did she first come to the Caves of Kr, and what was her real religion?

    She

    H. Rider Haggard

  • In winter the proprietor gives balls in these apartments, charging 20 kr.

    Visit to Iceland

    Ida Pfeiffer

  • Beginning of seventeenth century (Imperial letters)—Reichs thaler recognised at 90 kr.

  • Carbuncle, kr′bung-kl, n. a fiery-red precious stone: an inflamed ulcer: a pimple on the nose.

  • Carmine, kr′mīn, n. the red colouring principle obtained from the cochineal insect.


British Dictionary definitions for kr

kr

the internet domain name for
  1. Republic of Korea
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Kr

symbol for
  1. currency
    1. krona
    2. krone
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the chemical symbol for
  1. krypton
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KR

symbol for
  1. king's rook
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kr.

abbreviation for
  1. krona
  2. krone
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kr in Medicine

Kr

  1. The symbol for the elementkrypton
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kr in Science

Kr

  1. The symbol for krypton.
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krypton

[krĭptŏn′]
Kr
  1. A colorless, odorless element in the noble gas group. It is used in certain fluorescent lamps and photographic flash lamps. Atomic number 36; atomic weight 83.80; melting point -156.6°C; boiling point -152.30°C; density 3.73 grams per liter (0°C). See Periodic Table.
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